Different between Intel i-series processor Generation
Intel Processor: –
• Pentium 1,2,3,4
• Pentium Dual Core
• Core Solo
• Core 2 Due
• Core 2 Quad
• Core i3, i5, i7, i9
The concept of Intel processor generation mainly started it comes after core i-series released.
• 1st Generation Intel Processor – Nehalem architecture: –
Nehalem was the Intel processor’s 1st micro-architecture. It was released in November, 2008 but in production or the first i3 Intel generation processor launched on January, 2010. It is 45 nm (neno metre) technology architecture processor.
• 2nd Generation Intel Processor – Sandy Bridge architecture: –
Sandy Bridge micro-architecture was introduced in 2011. It is used a 32 nm technology architecture processor.
• 3rd Generation Intel Processor – Ivy Bridge architecture: –
Ivy Bridge micro-architecture was introduced in September, 2012. It is used a 22 nm technology architecture processor.
• 4th Generation Intel Processor – Haswell architecture: –
Haswell micro-architecture was released in 2013. It is used the same as a 22 nm technology processor.
• 5th Generation Intel Processor – Broadwell architecture: –
Broadwell micro-architecture was released in September, 2014. It is used 14 nm technology architecture processor.
• 6th Generation Intel Processor – Skylake architecture: –
Skylake micro-architecture was released in August, 2015. It is the redesign of the same 14 nm technology architecture processor as the Broadwell line.
• 7th Generation Intel Processor – Kaby Lake architecture: –
Kaby Lake micro-architecture was released in October, 2016. It was 14 nm processor technology architecture.
• 8th Generation Intel Processor – Kaby Lake Refresh & Coffee Lake architecture: –
Coffee Lake micro-architecture was launched in October, 2017 and also same year released Kaby Lake
Refresh is the Intel 8th Generation processor. It is used 14 nm technology architecture processor.
• 9th Generation Intel Processor – Coffee Lake Refresh architecture: –
Coffee Lake Refresh micro-architecture technology was released in 2018. It is 14 nm processor architecture.
• 10th Generation Intel Processor – Ice Lake architecture: –
Ice Lake micro-architecture was released in July, 2020 for the mobile processors but no desktop processor has been released. It is 10 nm processor architecture.
Intel I-series Interview Questions
Q #1. What do you mean by Intel Generation?
Ans: – The term Generation is applied to Intel processors to mean new significant development in processor architecture or function.
Q #2. What is the latest Intel processor Generation?
Ans: – 10th Generation intel core i -series processor.
Q #3. What is the size of the latest intel 10th generation processor?
Ans: – 10 nm.
Q #4. How to know my processor generation?
Ans: – Go to start menu => settings => system => about => next to processor. You will see your processor & the first number after i3, i5, i7, i9.
Example – intel (R) Core (TM) i3 – 6006U. It’s mean it is an Intel core i3 6th generation processor.
Q #5. What do you mean by intel i3 7th generation?
Ans: – It is Intel i3 7th generation processor. It has 2 physical cores with hyper-threading, i5 has 4 physical cores without hyper-threading, i7 has 4 physical cores with hyper-threading technology. All 7th generation processor was technology in turbo boost technology.
Q #6. How to identify any processor generation?
Ans: – You can also identify the generation of the processor if your processor is Intel core processor. The generation of the processor is written by the first number after i3, i5, o7, i9. Like example Intel core processor i9-10 7100 processor, it is 10 generation because the number 10 is written after i9.
Q #7. What is the mean by 1st, 2nd and 3rd generation Intel processor?
Ans: – The 1st generation Intel processor means it was a 45 nm technology processor. The 2nd generation processor means it was a 32 nm technology processor. The 3rd generation processor means it was a 22 nm technology processor.
Q #8. Which is the better intel i3 10th generation or i5 8th generation?
Ans: – Look at the base and maximum frequencies of the i3 10th generation is slightly better than i5 8th generation but when we look at the cores, performance and the number of threads the i5 8th generation comes on the top.
Q #9. Which generation of processors is the best for Intel?
Ans: – The Intel Core i3 is the base or entry-level processor and core i7 or i9 processors are more powerful, good performance, hyperthreaded, Quad-core processors. It is depending on your requirement what you purchased or if you need a faster and more capable CPU, you want to buy an i7 or i9 processor but if you buy a budget segment processor, so it is your best option to buy an i3 processor.
Q #10. What do you mean by Intel i5 8th generation?
Ans: – It is Intel 8th generation series and it is a core i5 processor.
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